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Public Hearing Held on Rehabilitating Reynolds Road

Members of the public had a chance to give their input Wednesday night about a project to rehabilitate Reynolds Road in Johnson City.

The project is scheduled to begin in June and take 3 months to complete.
The milling and repaving work on Reynolds Road will start at Harry L. Drive and extend to Overbrook Road. Officials say the federal and state governments will finance 95 percent of the project and the village will finance the remaining five percent.

"Reynolds Road is one of the most heavily trafficked in the village. It was last redone in 1998. Typical resurfacing projects last 10 to 12 years, so its been 14 to 15 years, so its time to replace the asphalt, said Robert Bennett, Director of Public Services, Johnson City.

The purpose of the public hearing was to gather input on the project's social, economic and environmental effects.
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